Definition of "inconsiderateness" [in•con•sid•er•ate•ness]
The condition of being inconsiderate(noun)
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Use "inconsiderateness" in a sentence
"Not that this species of proof was wanted; for that which we must acknowledge, on weighing the evidence, to be a revelation from God, requires not the aid of such a confirmation: but yet, as this accordance might be expected between the words and the works, the past and the future ordinations of the same Almighty Being, it is no idle speculation to remark, that the visible constitution of things in the world around us, falls in with the representations here given from Scripture of the dreadful consequences of vice, nay even of what is commonly termed inconsiderateness and imprudence."
"His inconsiderateness has been a pair of spectacles to me for months."
"None of the above discussion is meant to justify the father's lateness or to minimize the inconsiderateness of his behavior."